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To establish a fellowship program at Chapin Hall. Four fellowships will be provided annually to graduate and post-graduate students where they will be trained in policy research and community service that has as its objective a commitment to improving the lives of children and families through improvement of policies and programs affecting them. Chapin Hall is an independent center for the research and development of policies, practices, and programs affecting children.

Grant Amount


Year Awarded



48 Months

Related Resources


Higher Education

Global Impact:

United States

Historical Programme Affiliations:

Higher Education

Foundation Center Themes:

Universities, Civic Participation & Civil Society, Child Development Services

Foundation Center Approaches:

Fellowships, Research, Participatory Engagement